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japan crews are trying to prevent a nuclear melt down. u.s. officials are trying to calm the nerves of americas who fear radiation can reach the west coast. >> we don't expect it to reach the west coast. >> we have the latest developments from the nuclear power plant, plus how one government age agency is beefing up radiation detection. >> crews are working around the clock at the fukushima dai-ichi nuclear power plant. the crews are working to reconnect electricity to the cooling system to cool the rods. other crews are spraying and dumping water on the nuclear few. smoke can be seen from building number 2 right now. the cause is not known but a explosion hit the building on tuesday. it is possible the cooling chamber is damaged. low levels of radiation have been detected beyond tokyo, which is 140 miles south of the nuclear power plant. u.s. is warning americans to leave the country and the government is offering voluntary evacuations. today president obama spoke about the situation in japan. this is video of president obama visiting the japanese embassy. the president wrote a mes
're working as fast as they can to remove this mountain of mud, rocks and trees, but he says they can only use one loader due to limited space. klein says crews can only work during the day, because the hillside is too unstable. >> we're worried about the stuff coming off the top of the hill. we've got to kind of pull the material out. >> it's about 100 feet up to the top. we've probably pulled out about 80 truckloads so far. >> reporter: officials tell me it will take them another two days to finish removing all of that debris you see behind me from corey road before it's open. from morgan hill, kron4 news. >> and in hercules, eight homes below a sliding hillside remain in danger tonight. earlier today, crews installed barricades along a street near the slide, preparing for the worst-case scenario. reds in the danger zone are evacuated. four homes have already been damaged. tonight, the city council declared a local state of emergency in an effort to receive disaster aid. kron4's jonathan bloom was there for the emotional meeting. >> my wife call mead, and she was scared, crying, telling me w
a nuclear melt down. u.s. officials are trying to calm the nerves of americas who fear radiation can reach the west coast. >> we don't expect it to reach the west coast. >> we have the latest developments from the nuclear power plant, plus how one government age agency is beefing up radiation detection. >> crews are working around the clock at the fukushima dai-ichi nuclear power plant. the crews are working to reconnect electricity to the cooling system to cool the rods. other crews are spraying and dumping water on the nuclear few. smoke can be seen from building number 2 right now. the cause is not known but a explosion hit the building on tuesday. it is possible the cooling chamber is damaged. low levels of radiation have been detected beyond tokyo, which is 140 miles south of the nuclear power plant. u.s. is warning americans to leave the country and the government is offering voluntary evacuations. today president obama spoke about the situation in japan. this is video of president obama visiting the japanese embassy. the president wrote a
pictures of the aaa as the u.s. official allies had the first a tax breaattacks. coming up. >> vicki: at some intense moments. the san jose it fire department issued a shelter. here is this seen as the crews worked to clean up to an and 50 gal.. >> reporter: at the san jose fire department was called to the treatment plant on grayson road. it can taint 5,000 gal. of ammonia. it began to leak. a point of the allocation was hit. >> we ask residents to close their windows and stay in their homes. >> reporter: firefighters were able to a purge the tank. they discovered hundreds of gallons of them and it had leaked. >> at the leak is not getting worse. it is contained. we have approximately two and 50 gal. and said the secondary containment area. >> reporter: they are relieved to know the other circumstances where their favor. >> we have been offline at this plant since early march. we have a construction project. the of the tanks of water. we are supplying the treated water to the valley from los gatos. >> reporter: the incident was declared contained. in san jose jet pierce kron4 news.
intensified. the u.s. government is now evacuating government personal and citizens who wish to lead. as japan's reactors, water drops started and crews trying to restore electrical power. kron 4's jonathan bloom has the latest on this unfolding story. >> reporter: a tail of two -- tale of two circles. the reactor here on the pacific coast inside two circles near sendai. a closer look. there are two evacuation zones. the center one, that is the zone japanese officials recommend citizens leave and seek shelter. but the larger circle a 50-mile ring in blue, that's the zone in which american officials told u.s. citizens they should not be traveling and if they want to get away, the united states government will help them get out. this happens as officials work to cool the reactors, so far, four of the reactors are experiencing serious problems. over here, reactors 5 and 6 are starting to heat up. reactors 1-4 all inch closer to melt down. >> reporter: military helicopters dump water on the reactors to keep them cool enough to prevent the melt down. it started when the earthquake hit, triggering a
are not approved. jerry brown set a deadline for thursday to get it all done, now he hopes to use the extra time to convince more lawmakers to put it on the ballot this june. he is just a few lawmakers short to make that happen. >>> new tonight at 11:00. police are investigating a murder. it happened this evening. police say the man was shot, and died in the ambulance. >>> two southern california men are expected of using a credit card skimmer to steel credit numbers. they fate fros and conspiracy charges. boris tumasyan and sarkis sarkisyan. how investigators say they stole the numbers and she has reaction from locals who frequent one of those stations. >> reporter: the credit card swipe looks like any other. this is a primary reason this credit card scheme was so difficult to detects. they planted devices like this one inside of gas pump. investigators say they were attached to the circuit boards and captured 3600 credit card numbers. police caught the two at this station on san an ownio road. they found six skimmers planted inside of gas pumps of six other locations. the customers are very co
is already so saturated and this is going to get us in time for the commute. >> you better give yourself extra time tomorrow morning. it will be nasty. from 6:00 in the morning to around noon in the south bay. >> all right. >> right now, obviously, it doesn't look too bad. we're seeing a few showers fly under the radar. that means the radar can't detect them. we're seeing areas of heavy rainfall and in san francisco. you could see one area, indicating a burst of heavier rainfall in nearing san francisco at this hour. let's jump up towards napa. again, some of this is flying below the radar. a wider view picture of the satellite and radar picture shows the storm up to the north. the crowd is approaching the bay area. your morning commute will not be a fun one. again, starting at 5:00, 6:00 in the morning, the rain will pick up. by 7:00 we're seeing it in full play. heavy rain and gusty winds continuing through noon. heavy south bay rain. into the afternoon, we'll see some clearing but also scattered thunderstorms. i'll have details and we'll time it on future cast coming up. >>> 32 homes
. there are no reports of injuries now as we said. kron 4's jacqueline bennett is here to tell us more about the tsunami dangers. >> the usgs is working to confirm the tsunami actually happened and i just got the information off the wire here. they say the tsunami has been generated and when no major waves occur for two hours the threat will have passed. there is a tsunami watch in effect right now for hawaii because with a quake this big those tsunamis can affect distant coastlines. magnitude 8.8, this is where it hit just off the coast, the dent 2.2 miles. you need a pretty good size earthquake to cause a tsunami. think of putting your hand in the bathtub. if you shove your water down, it sends the water out in waves. just the same with an earthquake. we saw it near the epicenter and it's spreading from there. now we're watching the coasts of russia and as far away as hawaii. so 8.8 magnitude earthquake, very intense. let's look right here at the quake magnitudes. you'll notice this one is off the scale. doesn't happen very often. go all the way down to the bottom of screen, though. major earthquake s
to keep him from taking an innocent life. >> because of medical privacy concerns they can't really give us any details that led to the shooting. so far cvs hasn't returned our calls. jonathan bloom, kron 4 news. >>> more and more in the way of cloud cover. a system that could bring wet weather tomorrow. a shot of the bay bridge, staying dry. slight chance of pop up showers in the north bay but much will stay dry tonight. clouds tomorrow. and a better chance of showers and wind kick in as we head into the evening tomorrow. right now showers staying to the north. we are dry right now. look that seven day. next couple of days a series of wet weather lasting through the week. friday dry but on the weekend, we will bring in that wet weather. >>> you know it already, gasoline prices are on the rice but that is just the tip of the ice burg. prices to everything you buy will be skyrocketing. food to clothe. a look at when you will see the higher prices and what situations are driving the price hikes when kron 4 news returns. hey marcel, watch this! hey marcel, watch this! ♪ hey marcel, watch thi
of radiation making it to our shores. >>> plus, the run on certain products use to treat radiation sickness. >>> tonight, a surge of radiation at fukushima's power plant in japan made it too dangerous for the workers to stay. the emergency operation to keep the plant from reaching a meltdown was suspended. kron4's jonathan bloom explains the latest developments at japan's nuclear plants. >> we're learning that minutes ago, 50 out of the 800 evacuated workers have been allowed back into the facility now that radiation levels some somewhat subsided. they were evacuated for just under an hour from the plant that's located here near the city of sendai. but the situation there remains so dangerous that the vast majority of workers andreds have been told to stay away. >> reporter: after the japanese government declared evacuations, fire continued to burn in the number four reactor building. the other buildings housing reactors one through three have been ravaged by fires and explosions since the weekend, and after one blast blew the roof off the building that holds reactor one, there's fear that
. there was not a lot they could do. one man used a pole to push his boat away from the rocks, but no success. and then there was this boat that broke loose from its mooring and was about to collide with another larger boat. people on the large yacht used poles to push it away to minimize the impact. by late friday afternoon boat after boat floated out of the santa cruz harbor. one belonged to this woman. >> the boat was not there. it was just gone. and i just stood there. the whole dock was gone. everything on that whole side was gone. >> reporter: her son lived on the boat for a couple years. >> i watched my whole boat and everything i had on it just get sucked up side down and torn into piece. >> reporter: a state assemblyman toured the destruction on friday evening and jerry brown issued a state of emergency for santa cruz county and a few other counties. >> reporter: now this is how violent the surge was today. you can see, this is a piece of the harbor that came off into the water. it is just sitting here. this is just some of the debris that officials have that -- to remove. now coast
talked to the mayor about how the money would be used. >> 50% of the budget is police. so when you get more money it would go to the police. yes, that was more aimed at police. this one is aimed to the general fund in general. it goes to violence prevention programs and other services in the city. >> the tax would require a 2/3 vote to pass. >>> the nation's unemployment rate dropped to its lowest level in a year. 8.9%. and the rate is better in california. as kron 4's dang k tells us, experts say there is reason to be hopeful. >> reporter: it dropped to 12.4% in january. the decrease means the state added 12,500 jobs. 2.2million californias remain out of work. experts say here in the bay area it looks like firms that were cutting back are starting to hire again. >> our clients that we haven't heard from in a number of years are calling us now. and so we are finding that those clients are seeing they have gone on a skeleton crew for long enough, they are confident they are going bring back positions. >> reporter: she is with robert half international. she says the hiring she is seeing
. and as kron 4's reggie kumar tells us, cameras caught the crooks in the act. >> this is a man san francisco church officials believed smashed through this window. the pastor says the burglar busted through six office doors and rand sacked every room. the are four cameras in the church and they are located in obvious places. lick this one outside. captured the man walking through the playground where he broke this window. in this next video you can see him drinking a soda. with a camera recording every move. they keep their offerings in this large safe. there is no way he could have broken the safe open. >> we keep it in a large safe and there is no way to move that safe. he might have been looking for the offerings, but, you know, it's not accessible for anyone. he was out for cash to look for quick cash. >> we have a large preschool here, we are taking every precaution to make it safe. >>> the man also took a canof sausages where food for the homeless is kept. a keyboard and camera are both missing and says the man caused about $10,000 in damages. the pastor is concerned that this happene
't know if the hillside could be shored up. >> we're looking, engineering to give us an answer. the slide repair we're estimating about $5 million it will cost to repair. that's beyond the capeiblities of the city of san pablo. we hope it will be reimbursed by the state's disaster fund. that's what we're hoping to pay for the slide. >> the walker's backyard has the most damage. they say it may be too late to save their home if something is not done quickly. during the meeting, the walkers tells us the city says there's been problems with the hillside in the past. >> two houses there. another house up and another house rolls away. if that is disclosed in the middle of when we bought the house, we would have walked away. >> according to the structural engineers. it could be safe. it's done now. not in months -- it's done now. no one has the funds to do it. >> a special fund has been set up in all mechanic bank locations, the victims of the disaster. log on to kron4. com in the news section. >>> we want to give you a look at the damage. here you could see a swing set in the backyard and then
it all done, now he hopes to use the extra time to convince more lawmakers to put it on the ballot this june. he is just a few lawmakers short to make that happen. >>> new tonight at 11:00. police are investigating a murder. it happened this evening. police say the man was shot, and died in the ambulance. >>> two southern california men are expected of using a credit card skimmer to steel credit numbers. they fate fros and conspiracy charges. boris tumasyan and sarkis sarkisyan. how investigators say they stole the numbers and she has reaction from locals who frequent one of those stations. >> reporter: the credit card swipe looks like any other. this is a primary reason this credit card scheme was so difficult to detects. they planted devices like this one inside of gas pump. investigators say they were attached to the circuit boards and captured 3600 credit card numbers. police caught the two at this station on san an ownio road. they found six skimmers planted inside of gas pumps of six other locations. the customers are very concerned about their credit card security. >> i don'
, the run on certain products use to treat radiation sickness. >>> tonight, a surge of radiation at fukushima's power plant in japan made it too dangerous for the workers to stay. the emergency operation to keep the plant from reaching a meltdown was suspended. kron4's jonathan bloom explains the latest developments at japan's nuclear plants. >> we're learning that minutes ago, 50 out of the 800 evacuated workers have been allowed back into the facility now that radiation levels some somewhat subsided. they were evacuated for just under an hour from the plant that's located here near the city of sendai. but the situation there remains so dangerous that the vast majority of workers andreds have been told to stay away. >> reporter: after the japanese government declared evacuations, fire continued to burn in the number four reactor building. the other buildings housing reactors one through three have been ravaged by fires and explosions since the weekend, and after one blast blew the roof off the building that holds reactor one, there's fear that a release of dangerous radiation fr
, rocks and trees, but he says they can only use one loader due to limited space. klein says crews can only work during the day, because the hillside is too unstable. >> we're worried about the stuff coming off the top of the hill. we've got to kind of pull the material out. >> it's about 100 feet up to the top. we've probably pulled out about 80 truckloads so far. >> reporter: officials tell me it will take them another two days to finish removing all of that debris you see behind me from corey road before it's open. from morgan hill, kron4 news. >> and in hercules, eight homes below a sliding hillside remain in danger tonight. earlier today, crews installed barricades along a street near the slide, preparing for the worst-case scenario. reds in the danger zone are evacuated. four homes have already been damaged. tonight, the city council declared a local state of emergency in an effort to receive disaster aid. kron4's jonathan bloom was there for the emotional meeting. >> my wife call mead, and she was scared, crying, telling me we have to move out. >> reporter: evacuated families wh
restricted use. because water and sewer are out. rob fladeboe, kron 4 news. >>> our team coverage continues now with kron 4's kate thompson. >> workers continue to clear large trees and branches off a sliding hillside hoping to protect the homes below. several homes remain yellow tagged. the residents living in hotels and the city declared a local state of emergency. menry are looking forward to a meeting on wednesday at city hall to get more answers about the safety of the hillside and what will be done to help them. kate thompson, kron 4 news. >> reporter: this might look like another hill in hercules. not the case. you can see that dirt. that is something you couldn't see two weeks ago. you look up against the houses and you can see it is hill versus house. to the right you can see a fence leaning against the second floor. you can see red dangerous tape. that is surrounded four houses. within the last two hours four additional houses have been yellow tagged. you are not allowed to stay there overnight because of the instability of this hill. jr stone, kron 4 news. >> reporter: a big oak
us how this investigation could have wide reaching legal implications. >> reporter: this is video showing san francisco narcotic officers approaching people in the henry hotel in november. >> police have burst into a home and it appears routinely bursting into homes without warrants and lying to protect the fruits of their misconduct. after obtaining a master key this video shows officers bursting into this apartment without a warrant and without knocking on the door, both of which are required and later they lied about it on a police report, saying they received written consent before entering which did not happen. >> if we can't trust the word of a police officer testifying in a case such as this it calls into question what are they doing out there. >> reporter: in january in the same hotel officers are seen covering up the camera. police claim they received permission to enter the home, occupants say they forced their way in. >> these are poor people's homes. just like you have to have a warrant to live in someone's home in pacific heights you have to have a warrant on 6th stre
of a nuclear melt down intensified. the u.s. government is now evacuating government personal and citizens who wish to lead. as japan's reactors, water drops started and crews trying to restore electrical power. kron 4's jonathan bloom has the latest on this unfolding story. >> reporter: a tail of two -- tale of two circles. the reactor here on the pacific coast inside two circles near sendai. a closer look. there are two evacuation zones. the center one, that is the zone japanese officials recommend citizens leave and seek shelter. but the larger circle a 50-mile ring in blue, that's the zone in which american officials told u.s. citizens they should not be traveling and if they want to get away, the united states government will help them get out. this happens as officials work to cool the reactors, so far, four of the reactors are experiencing serious problems. over here, reactors 5 and 6 are starting to heat up. reactors 1-4 all inch closer to melt down. >> reporter: military helicopters dump water on the reactors to keep them cool enough to prevent the melt down. it started when the earth
. it's hard because the economy isn't so great, were hoping the surrounding community will support us and this is to get cleaned up the back to visit. >> its estimated 100 businesses were damaged during the flooding. another major effect of the storms rockslide and mudslides. we have team coverage on how to committees are dealing with the cleanup. >>j.r. stone: some evacuations are still in order here in san pablo, the fact that nobody has been hurt is good news. look behind me, you can see there are still big problems. i want to show you this house. the folks who live here have not been evacuated, but look at there back porch in you can see that it something that could change. i showed you the fence a minute ago, it is sideways and goes to this house right there. the folks in that house have been evacuated. everything is every which way. i want to show you those trees that you see in the distance. officials were busy cutting those trees today because they were leaning and almost hitting a house on the other side of those bushes. obviously, you have big problems for at least seven pro
way too wet and muddy right now forclusion on a new road. for now people have to use a walking path to get to their homes. >>> just up the street, a home badly damaged, as you can see by a falling tree. this was the scene, the center ridge of the house destroyed. they managed to get out safely. heavy rains and high winds downed trees today. >> reporter: problems across bay area roads, emergency crews shut down highway 1 in pacifica. as high winds toppled a utility pole. traffic backed up for more than a mile. and more trouble on highway 1 in the north bay. a section began to collapse. caltrans closed the south bound lane after a deep crack appeared in the road. heavy rain is causing the ground to sink. crews will take soil samples and begin working on a fix. >>> in fairfax, a tree on a suv, this did a lot of damage to the yellow suv. left some people trapped in their homes. this was earlier. crews were cutting away the tree. it was cleared, the road reopened, no injuries reported. >>> another tree, this is happening all over. this fell into a house. this is the scene on snow drive i
and what experts are saying about the possibility radiation could reach the west coast of the u.s. >>> the situation continues to change after friday's devastating earthquake. here is the latest. the death toll is more than 2400 and expects to rise as high as 10,000. more than 3,000 people are missing. thousands may have been swept away in the tsunami. 450,000 people are in shelters. the earthquake was upgraded to 9.0, making it the 4th largest in the world. explosions and fires are reported at the fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant. radiation levels there are up. kron 4's jonathan bloom has the latest at the plant and the overall radiation threat there and here. >> reporter: an explosion at fukushima daiichi sents a cloud of smoke and huge chunks of debris flying into the air. the latest of flea explosions after last week's earthquake and tsunami. the four nuclear reactor are housed here and in this before and after picture, you can see where one of the walls was blown off. those officials said the radiation leaks at the plant were not enough to cause health concerns, the prim
to the allegations. first kron 4's dan kerman tells us how this investigation could have wide reaching legal implications. >> reporter: this is video showing san francisco narcotic officers approaching people in the henry hotel in november. >> police have burst into a home and it appears routinely bursting into homes without warrants and lying to protect the fruits of their misconduct. after obtaining a master key this video shows officers bursting into this apartment without a warrant and without knocking on the door, both of which are required and later they lied about it on a police report, saying they received written consent before entering which did not happen. >> if we can't trust the word of a police officer testifying in a case such as this it calls into question what are they doing out there. >> reporter: in january in the same hotel officers are seen covering up the camera. police claim they received permission to enter the home, occupants say they forced their way in. >> these are poor people's homes. just like you have to have a warrant to live in someone's home in pacific heigh
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. there are no reports of injuries now as we said. kron 4's jacqueline bennett is here to tell us more about the tsunami dangers. >> the usgs is working to confirm the tsunami actually happened and i just got the information off the wire here. they say the tsunami has been generated and when no major waves occur for two hours the threat will have passed. there is a tsunami watch in effect right now for hawaii because with a quake this big those tsunamis can affect distant coastlines. magnitude 8.8, this is where it hit just off the coast, the dent 2.2 miles. you need a pretty good size earthquake to cause a tsunami. think of putting your hand in the bathtub. if you shove your water down, it sends the water out in waves. just the same with an earthquake. we saw it near the epicenter and it's spreading from there. now we're watching the coasts of russia and as far away as hawaii. so 8.8 magnitude earthquake, very intense. let's look right here at the quake magnitudes. you'll notice this one is off the scale. doesn't happen very often. go all the way down
used a pole to push his boat away from the rocks, but no success. and then there was this boat that broke loose from its mooring and was about to collide with another larger boat. people on the large yacht used poles to push it away to minimize the impact. by late friday afternoon boat after boat floated out of the santa cruz harbor. one belonged to this woman. >> the boat was not there. it was just gone. and i just stood there. the whole dock was gone. everything on that whole side was gone. >> reporter: her son lived on the boat for a couple years. >> i watched my whole boat and everything i had on it just get sucked up side down and torn into piece. >> reporter: a state assemblyman toured the destruction on friday evening and jerry brown issued a state of emergency for santa cruz county and a few other counties. >> reporter: now this is how violent the surge was today. you can see, this is a piece of the harbor that came off into the water. it is just sitting here. this is just some of the debris that officials have that -- to remove. now coast guard and fish and game offici
the flood in capitola. kron 4 shows us a while the running water downtown. >>reporter: thousands of gallons of water per minute flowing through the streets of downtown capital on saturday with friday storms once again and updated the neighborhood in a nearby mobile home park. it the water came from the broken call for at the mobile home park and repair crews that they had the upper hand when they arrived in the morning. >> our job is to keep the culvert clear, their best efforts were overwhelmed by the fierce rains that descended. they had to abandon their equipment and seek higher ground. >>reporter: are rushed through the mobile home park in flushed through downtown. it flooded local businesses. >> the 1 up the street got nothing, the one next to us was ok because they had to step but ones farther down towards the center of town, were apparently very much under water. >>reporter: this jewelry shop was not at an elevation that might save him. >> we were late, our neighbors sandbag but was too late for us. >> our main focus is to get the call for it so it can carry water back to the ocean.
if the hillside could be shored up. >> we're looking, engineering to give us an answer. the slide repair we're estimating about $5 million it will cost to repair. that's beyond the capeiblities of the city of san pablo. we hope it will be reimbursed by the state's disaster fund. that's what we're hoping to pay for the slide. >> the walker's backyard has the most damage. they say it may be too late to save their home if something is not done quickly. during the meeting, the walkers tells us the city says there's been problems with the hillside in the past. >> two houses there. another house up and another house rolls away. if that is disclosed in the middle of when we bought the house, we would have walked away. >> according to the structural engineers. it could be safe. it's done now. not in months -- it's done now. no one has the funds to do it. >> a special fund has been set up in all mechanic bank locations, the victims of the disaster. log on to kron4. com in the news section. >>> we want to give you a look at the damage. here you could see a swing set in the backyard and then after the
. bad news, the ground is already so saturated and this is going to get us in time for the commute. >> you better give yourself extra time tomorrow morning. it will be nasty. from 6:00 in the morning to around noon in the south bay. >> all right. >> right now, obviously, it doesn't look too bad. we're seeing a few showers fly under the radar. that means the radar can't detect them. we're seeing areas of heavy rainfall and in san francisco. you could see one area, indicating a burst of heavier rainfall in nearing san francisco at this hour. let's jump up towards napa. again, some of this is flying below the radar. a wider view picture of the satellite and radar picture shows the storm up to the north. the crowd is approaching the bay area. your morning commute will not be a fun one. again, starting at 5:00, 6:00 in the morning, the rain will pick up. by 7:00 we're seeing it in full play. heavy rain and gusty winds continuing through noon. heavy south bay rain. into the afternoon, we'll see some clearing but also scattered thunderstorms. i'll have details and we'll time it on future
. kron 4 news was live earlier and now kron 4's jonathan bloom joins us live with the conclusion. >> reporter: it went on for hours and as you can see the steps of wheeler hall are completely empty. a few hours ago hundreds of students and dozens of police officers police police officers. money, changes in the way the university selects its leaders and the roll back of huge increases that happened to tuition. here is what it looked like earlier this afternoon. >> reporter: that was the message of the students who tied themselves together on wheeler hall. and as they unfurled it on a giant banner. they were cheered by those below. after police arrested one protesters, disobedience began. and wearing full riot gear, police showed up and things got physical. >> get back. stay back. >> reporter: police set up a perimeter as the demonstrators chanted loudly. >> we are fighting for public education. >> reporter: with over a thousand gathered, protesters revolved to take over the front steps. >> the students become so powerless at this university that we need to take drastic measures. >
met by officials. kron 4 news was live earlier and now kron 4's jonathan bloom joins us live with the conclusion. >> reporter: it went on for hours and as you can see the steps of wheeler hall are completely empty. a few hours ago hundreds of students and dozens of police officers police police officers. money, changes in the way the university selects its leaders and the roll back of huge increases that happened to tuition. here is what it looked like earlier this afternoon. >> reporter: that was the message of the students who tied themselves together on wheeler hall. and as they unfurled it on a giant banner. they were cheered by those below. after police arrested one protesters, disobedience began. and wearing full riot gear, police showed up and things got physical. >> get back. stay back. >> reporter: police set up a perimeter as the demonstrators chanted loudly. >> we are fighting for public education. >> reporter: with over a thousand gathered, protesters revolved to take over the front steps. >> the students become so powerless at this university that we need to take
plant and what experts are saying about the possibility radiation could reach the west coast of the u.s. >>> the situation continues to change after friday's devastating earthquake. here is the latest. the death toll is more than 2400 and expects to rise as high as 10,000. more than 3,000 people are missing. thousands may have been swept away in the tsunami. 450,000 people are in shelters. the earthquake was upgraded to 9.0, making it the 4th largest in the world. explosions and fires are reported at the fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant. radiation levels there are up. kron 4's jonathan bloom has the latest at the plant and the overall radiation threat there and here. >> reporter: an explosion at fukushima daiichi sents a cloud of smoke and huge chunks of debris flying into the air. the latest of flea explosions after last week's earthquake and tsunami. the four nuclear reactor are housed here and in this before and after picture, you can see where one of the walls was blown off. those officials said the radiation leaks at the plant were not enough to cause health concerns, the prim
billion in half if the u.s. to his five video full enough support from the ground beloaround half filled world. >>vicki: video and you see here for a half the farmers continue the crackle and further. it's tough market dropped monday morning. if the central bank to have it in more than $185 million to fill a bulgarian a virchow financial institutions will continue along an to meet the this announced search coughlin and 17 million in damage as kleenex continue to the harper, no closer of being allowed to enter. >>reporter: that crane lifted the low of zero in a lot earth after the tsunami struck for harper days ago. larry looks of what is left of his vote. it is one of fee to the fan when the surge came. >> never crews are working fast to recover the lost flow and content fuel, will and harry f. from leaking into the harbor. >>reporter: each individual close as the phone thing for help is, how much fuel it's very this announcer urges left millions of dollars in damages of tofu fan before. a lot of the wreckage you can see it because most of it is under water. as for his fauces will need t
closer to the house. and history may be repeating itself. gibbons showed us pictures of her husband took of a sinkhole that opened up in the early 80s. >> the roads were closed and some of the houses had to be evacuated. >> back here live. the assistant city manager is waiting on the governor to see if he issues a emergency declaration. if he does that they will get disaster relief money from the city. the next stop in the process is to have a soil engineer come out, he is scheduled to come out tomorrow. he will check out the hillside to see if it can be saved. >>> 160 hopes are without drinkable water tonight after a landslide damaged water lines. the repairs are expected to last through the weekend but officials say, challenging terrain may challenge the progress. stop using tap water through sunday that is when test results are expected back. >>> clean up operations after a water pipe exploded. the city workers are trying to repair the dang, damage, the city's main focus is to prepare the area to with stand the next storm. >>> better news, the san lorenzo river water is back in its ba
showed us pictures of her husband took of a sinkhole that opened up in the early 80s. >> the roads were closed and some of the houses had to be evacuated. >> back here live. the assistant city manager is waiting on the governor to see if he issues a emergency declaration. if he does that they will get disaster relief money from the city. the next stop in the process is to have a soil engineer come out, he is scheduled to come out tomorrow. he will check out the hillside to see if it can be saved. >>> 160 hopes are without drinkable water tonight after a landslide damaged water lines. the repairs are expected to last through the weekend but officials say, challenging terrain may challenge the progress. stop using tap water through sunday that is when test results are expected back. >>> clean up operations after a water pipe exploded. the city workers are trying to repair the dang, damage, the city's main focus is to prepare the area to with stand the next storm. >>> better news, the san lorenzo river water is back in its banks. a flash flood warning prompted emergency evacuations. water
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hopes to work as a college professor of american history so if you have an opening, let us know here at insideedition.com. that's it for today. i'm deborah norville. thank you for watching. we will see you >>> governor brown was in san francisco today to go after the support of a group of local business leaders for his plans to solve the budget crisis. today he got it. but that comes one day after the protest at berkeley because of his cuts. kron 4's reggie kumar gets his reaction to the protests and explains why the business community got behind his plans. >> reporter: leaders packed this room friday for a closed- door meeting about his budget plan after the discussion they decided to support the budget, which the governor says will eliminate its deficit. bay area counsel ceo jim wunderman says even though they are endorsing the plan, there are things they don't like about it. >> members don't believe in higher taxes. on balance, we need to be part of the solution. >> reporter: after the meeting the governor talked about key points in his proposal. painful cuts need to be made
to break out the umbrella and use it while walking the streets. some of the people, though, were not prepared for the rain. take a look at this women, she's only wearing a scarf around her head while others were prepared for the rain. they had a heavy jacket on, and they were also using an umbrella. take a look at the traffic now. many of the cars were traveling at the speed limit. the rain was not coming down hard enough for them to slow down. >> and at ocean beach, it's definitely raining a lot harder here than it was. i'm standing on the great highway. this area is prone to flooding. there is no standing water right now, but the last storm caused this entire area to flood. that's why you see cones still in this lane. now, the southbound lanes are closed, and they could remain that way if this storm ends up being as strong as forecasters are predicting. in san francisco, reggie kumar, kron4 news. >> outside scots valley near santa cruz, residents remain cut off as engineers try to clear a massive rockslide that is blocking vehicle access to 32 homes. the department warns the sl
, the storm is also puling in lots of moisture. you can see it here. that set to hit us on sunday. intense rain on sunday. tomorrow, few showers. 7:00 morning, few spotty showers. picking up by the afternoon. thunderstorms possible for tomorrow. winds pick up. we will see the game heavy rain, gusty winds, hail and lightening. i will tell you about it coming up. >>> the weather played a role in the pile up accident. this shows where the accident happened. westbound traffic came to a stand still for hours this afternoon and it is still closed and will be for the rest of the night. you can see the backup from these fraps taken from -- from these photographs, taken from someone in the traffic. at least one person died. one truck was carrying liquid hydrogen that was leaking on to the road. that section will remain closed tonight. >>> a santa rosa neighborhood is cleaning up debris left behind from a tornado. it touched down at a business. the winds were so strong they picked up a shed. kron 4's reggie kumar shows thus damage. >> reporter: twisted pieces of wood is what is left of a shed after
. but on sunday, the storm is also puling in lots of moisture. you can see it here. that set to hit us on sunday. intense rain on sunday. tomorrow, few showers. 7:00 morning, few spotty showers. picking up by the afternoon. thunderstorms possible for tomorrow. winds pick up. we will see the game heavy rain, gusty winds, hail and lightening. i will tell you about it coming up. >>> the weather played a role in the pile up accident. this shows where the accident happened. westbound traffic came to a stand still for hours this afternoon and it is still closed and will be for the rest of the night. you can see the backup from these fraps taken from -- from these photographs, taken from someone in the traffic. at least one person died. one truck was carrying liquid hydrogen that was leaking on to the road. that section will remain closed tonight. >>> a santa rosa neighborhood is cleaning up debris left behind from a tornado. it touched down at a business. the winds were so strong they picked up a shed. kron 4's reggie kumar shows thus damage. >> reporter: twisted pieces of wood is what is left of a s
. >> the rain is coming down at a steady pace, enough for people to break out the umbrella and use it while walking the streets. some of the people, though, were not prepared for the rain. take a look at this women, she's only wearing a scarf around her head while others were prepared for the rain. they had a heavy jacket on, and they were also using an umbrella. take a look at the traffic now. many of the cars were traveling at the speed limit. the rain was not coming down hard enough for them to slow down. >> and at ocean beach, it's definitely raining a lot harder here than it was. i'm standing on the great highway. this area is prone to flooding. there is no standing water right now, but the last storm caused this entire area to flood. that's why you see cones still in this lane. now, the southbound lanes are closed, and they could remain that way if this storm ends up being as strong as forecasters are predicting. in san francisco, reggie kumar, kron4 news. >> outside scots valley near santa cruz, residents remain cut off as engineers try to clear
're seeing a few high clouds streaming through the area. this is the tail end of the system that effected us last night. we're still going to get a few clouds. the clouds will clear as we head to tomorrow. matter of fact, tomorrow, it will be a really nice day. we will start the day with some patchy fog. valley fog and the north inland valley, the skies clear by noon. in the 3:00 hour, temperatures will be 5-10 degrees warmer than what we saw today. in the next chance of rain coming up in a bit. >>> police in san francisco are investigating a high-profile heist. a yellow lamborghini belonging to food network star was rolling. police believe the person who took the car repelled the roep from an opening on the roof. officers are looking out for the lamborghini. but they admit they don't believe the person who stole it won't be seen around town. >>> at 8:00 right heifer on crown 4, you could catch, who do you think you are. then -- catch dr. phil at 3:00. we'll be back after the break. >>> if you figures could signal a loss of political power for the bay area. they show northern california fail
through the area. this is the tail end of the system that effected us last night. we're still going to get a few clouds. the clouds will clear as we head to tomorrow. matter of fact, tomorrow, it will be a really nice day. we will start the day with some patchy fog. valley fog and the north inland valley, the skies clear by noon. in the 3:00 hour, temperatures will be 5-10 degrees warmer than what we saw today. in the next chance of rain coming up in a bit. >>> police in san francisco are investigating a high-profile heist. a yellow lamborghini belonging to food network star was rolling. police believe the person who took the car repelled the roep from an opening on the roof. officers are looking out for the lamborghini. but they admit they don't believe the person who stole it won't be seen around town. >>> at 8:00 right heifer on crown 4, you could catch, who do you think [ male announcer ] this...is the network. a living, breathing intelligence that's helping business rethink how to do business. in here, inventory can be taught to learn... ♪ in here, machines have a voice... ♪ in he
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